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War’s disabled survivors must also be remembered—and helped

The following post from David Kirkwood holds as much value today as it did 5 years ago.  It is especially cogent when read in the light of the recent FTC public hearing regarding patient education and empowerment.  Sage advice usually stays in style.   By David H. Kirkwood, June 6 2012 Memorial Day was established…

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Best Practices, PSAPs and the VA Hearing Aid Bill

By Michael J. Metz, Ph.D. It is interesting, if not illustrative, to note two blogs in the posting of Hearing Health & Technology Matters dated September 16, 2015.  Specifically, the article from Angela Loavenbruck titled “You Do Your Thing and I’ll Do Mine: Ethical Considerations In Audiologic Treatment of Hearing Impairment”, speaking to the ethical…

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We Must Return to Our Rehabilitative Roots: Part II

Today’s post concludes last week’s discussion by Dr. Maurice H. Miller: Uniting the Profession  Audiology has unfortunately faltered since Alpiner and McCarthy{{1}}[[1]]Alpiner, J.G. & McCarthy, P.A. (2000). Rehabilitative Audiology: Children and Adults. Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins. [[1]] concluded, in 1973, that there was one common thread that should hold audiologists together: “Their practice and engagement…

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